Fuel Ventures EIS Fund invests in the next wave of fast growth technology businesses.

The Fund targets sectors covering globally scalable marketplaces, platforms, software (SaaS) and transactional technologies. Founded in 2014 by by successful entrepreneur and investor Mark Pearson and his experienced team, this retail investor focused EIS Fund will be the team’s fourth EIS Fund to date, with previous funds attracting significant investment from institutional investors and family offices.

Minimum investment £10,000. Please note that EIS investments are high-risk investments, see risk warnings below.

Why invest?

  • Excellent deal flow and industry network
  • Strong management team led by Mark Pearson, founder of MyVoucherCodes (parent company sold for up to £55m in 2014)
  • Portfolio of 5-8 investments
  • Invest in fast growth, global technology & e-commerce businesses
  • Carry back available for 2017/18 tax year
  • 100% subscription available for tax relief*

*net of adviser fees

To discuss further, receive documentation or to check capacity please call our sales team on 020 3743 3100 or email info@kincapital.co.uk

About the Fuel Ventures EIS Fund:

The Fuel Ventures EIS Fund is focused on bringing a unique hands on approach to UK early stage technology investment and has arranged investments into 20 EIS companies. Fuel Ventures provides a unique combination of mentorship, experience and access to the investment required to drive a business and ideas to success. As well as attracting the support of international family offices and institutional investors, its portfolio has garnered funding from other industry leading VC investors.

Fuel Ventures provide more than capital – portfolio companies are supported by entrepreneurs and advisers who have exited businesses themselves. Many of the current portfolio are based in the same office as Fuel – the RocketSpace tech campus in London – meaning that Fuel can maintain a hands-on approach to building businesses and deliver value for their investors. Fuel Ventures’ portfolio of companies, which includes logistics on demand platform Lift, digital gift card company Wegift and social retail start-up Moteefe, has generated more than £100m in revenue since investment.

Please note, past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results and may not be repeated.